Posts Tagged ‘pups’

OMG, It’s the Baby Coyotes of Golden Gate Park – Take a Look at These Precious Pups – The Class of 2013

Friday, September 6th, 2013

Famous Bay Area photographer David Cruz has been keeping busy this summer – busy keeping track of Golden Gate Parks coyote pups.

See?

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All the deets.*

“People are urged to coexist with Coyotes in SF, a healthy group of at least 3 pups approach the end of the summer in the meadows, forests and lakes of western Golden Gate Park.

Taken over the past 2 months. Free for sharing/posting.

David Cruz

Natures Lantern

September 6, 2013″

*Well, a link to Virginia’s Gannett Co. Inc  The Bold Italic, my first. If they had had more time, they’d have replaced the actual photos with a couple dozen large coyote graphics and then called the piece “Will a Wild Golden Gate Park Coyote Pup Eat Me?

Photographer David Cruz Once Again Encounters the Coyotes of Golden Gate Park, Near the Newly-Reopened Bathrooms

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

How big is a Golden Gate Park coyote? About the size of a large house cat.

And hey, has anybody ever been injured by a coyote in San Francisco during the entire history of the universe? No.

OTOH, have off-leash dogs attacked peace officers and police horses in the 415? Oh yeah, I could tell you stories.

So, what’s the big deal about having wild coyotes in the GGP?

Coyote on JFK Jr. Drive, August 31, 2012 - via David Cruz:

OMG, OMG, Here are the Totally Adorable Coyote Pups of Golden Gate Park for 2012! They’re Teenagers Now

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Word comes from renowned San Francisco photographer David Cruz:

“A pair of wild coyote pups enjoy the sun on a midsummer’s day in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.”

Via David Cruz

Here’s the super big version.

See? Adorable.

(Will the State of California soon pay us a visit in order to blow these critters away? We’ll see.)

The Professional Dog Walkers of Bernal Heights Appear to be Overwhelmed

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

The unlicensed commercial dog walkers of leash-free Bernal Heights appear to be overwhelmed at times. Perhaps each one should have an assistant – that would seem fair. Of course, there’s talk about requiring liability insurance and limiting the number pooches per businessperson, up in Marin.  

How many pooches can you Spot? Click to expand, they won’t bite:

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Were there any doggies inside this unattended pickup? At least one, anyway.

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But don’t give just a four-star rating to your dog walker on the Yelp, as he/she would likely take that as an insult. Five stars are de rigueur, it would seem.